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October 23, 2015
September 25, 2015
All month long, we’ve been gearing up for an action-packed SOLIDWORKS 2016 Launch season. If you're not signed up for a live event, what are you waiting for?
September 9, 2015
Registration is now open for AMC 2015!
If you are a manufacturer in the Southeast, visit us at the Additive Manufacturing Conference (AMC) from October 20th through 21st in Knoxville, TN.
If your company is not familiar, AMC is a technical conference and networking event that aims to examine the industrial applications of additive manufacturing technologies. The conference also educates companies with the knowledge on how (or if) to implement and expand additive manufacturing processes and facilities.
Every year, the 3D CAD world braces for the annual release of SOLIDWORKS, and I can understand why. In what has become the de facto tool for great engineering design, SOLIDWORKS builds on the last great version by listening to its users and adding enhancements that matter to them.
April 22, 2015
A drawingless drawing. How meta!
SOLIDWORKS’ latest software release, SOLIDWORKS Model-Based Definition (MBD), launched in February and is already impacting the way product drawings are built. So what exactly is this “drawingless” magic, and what’s the big deal?
February 18, 2015
Last Thursday I left the Arizona desert after four incredible days filled with SOLIDWORKS this and SOLIDWORKS that. As I sat on the plane, I was feeling the same way I do when I sit on the couch after Thanksgiving dinner, but this time I wasn't feeling lethargic with a so-called "food-coma." Instead, I was feeling excited about the future of SOLIDWORKS and the great new products and features coming our way. So excited, in fact, I couldn't wait to share the future with you.
April 10, 2014
Nowadays, it’s not hard to find a college student or recent graduate with SOLIDWORKS experience. That's no surprise. But what is surprising to most members of industry, both rookie and veteran, is just how young some students are when they make their first sketch, create their first extrude and finish their first part using SOLIDWORKS.